what is the tire size on a 2015 Lexus IS series?
Hi,Lester,the tire size is 225/40/R18.
Will Lexus ct200 alloys fit a mk1 Lexus IS 200 ??
Hi,Anth,NO,they share the different bolt pattern.
hi, could you tell me what offset I should go with on 19x8.5 rims squared on my 2016 is200t pls? going with 235/35/19 tires front and back. since they don't offer the 19x9.5 or I would stagger them and put 265/30/19 in the back. pls let me know what I should do. thank you
Hi,the offset is 50-55mm.For the tire size,Can you show the current wheel size?If you want to put 265/30/19,you need use 19*9.0 or 19*9.5
that offset seems kinda high? right now I have 18s with 235/35/18 on them all the way around. I want to go up to 19s. I would like to 19x8.5 in the front and 19x9.5 in the rear. im just not sure if staggered is worth it, as I wont be able to rotate my tires and they will increase the rotating mass in the rear. so I should go 50-55mm offset on both front and back with the new setup? thanks again for the help. I appreciate it.
Hi,nathan,Normally,If your car is not BMW series,Both front wheels have same width with rear wheels.For your condition,If you use 19*8.5 for the front and 19*9.5 in the rear,You can also use that offset,And i suggest that you'd better find some wheel dealers to check it.Low offset my case your callipers rub the wheel spokes.Little bigger offset is easy to handle.
pefect, thanks so much for the help. I will go with the bigger offset then, don't want any rubbing.
I currently have a 2014 IS250 F sport, and I wanted to know if its possible to have the same tire size all around. They come with staggered wheels and one front tire popped.. So I wanted to see if I should buy them all the same if possible.
Hi,Ivan,Can you show the current width of your rims and tires?
How can I get that info? Is it on the tire!?
Hi,Ivan,Yes,the tire width is on the leftside of tires.The wheel width can be found in the back of wheel spoke.
Hi. I have just noticed my Lexus is 250 2012 model as got a bridge stone tyre size 255 / 40 R18 95y and a 225 / 40 / R18 88y on the back and the same on the front. Surely that is illegal different sizes on the same axle? Regards Bill.
Yes, you should have the same size tyre across an axle. If the pattern is the same front and rear you should just be able to swap a front for a rear wheel. If you can't swap the wheels so that tyres match across each axle, you will need to buy new tyres.
This may affect the tracking, brake balance and wear pattern. With mismatched tyres uneven wear, uneven braking and steering misalignment may occur.